Saturday, January 16, 2021

EASEL saw record number of pet adoptions in 2020

The year 2020 will be remembered for a lot of things. At the EASEL Animal Rescue League, it will be remembered as the year more people rescued dogs and cats than any year before

Nottingham High Gospel Choir proves student interest in music

Nottingham High's Gospel Choir started in 1998, and has exploded into what its director says is the largest choir in Hamilton.

Lawrence High graduate Rabiah Asif plays key role in COVID-19 fight

Rabiah Asif, a 2011 Lawrence High graduate, has worked in contact tracing for Lawrence Township and the City of Philadelphia.

Lawrence Township wins Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award

Lawrence Township received a statewide award Dec. 14 that serves as the launching point for a series of new green projects throughout town.

Mercer County tennis legend Paul Napolitano dies at age 97

A member of the Mercer County Tennis Hall of Fame, Paul Napolitano taught at clubs in Hamilton, Trenton and Hopewell.

Robbinsville councilman Dan Schuberth to step down

Schuberth and his wife, Natalie, are relocating to Washington, D.C. following a job offer.

Mercer County completes purchase of Hopewell Valley golf club

Formerly private club becomes 5th 18-hole facility to be owned and operated by Mercer County Park Commission

Steinert High senior plays Peppermint Princess at Great Adventure

Amanda Angermiller performs at the Six Flags Holiday in the Park winter festival, whic runs until Jan. 3, 2021 on weekends and select days.

HoVal grad Jarryd Pezzillo launches Pezz Glassworks

Founder of Pezz Glassworks has been turning molten glass into pieces of art — with the aid of a fiery furnace he built himself — since he started his new venture at the end of the summer

Nine local holiday events to brighten your December

The holiday season, like most things in 2020, won’t be normal. But that doesn’t mean you have to go without cheer in New Jersey this year.

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Impractical Jokers’ James Murray talks about living in Princeton, his new novel “Don’t Move”

Murray's fourth book with Darren Wearmouth, "Don’t Move"—the tale of a West Virginia camping trip gone awry—will be released Tuesday, Oct. 20.